Swansea City A.F.C. Under-23s

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Swansea City Under-23s
Swansea City AFC logo.svg
Full nameSwansea City Association Football Club Under-23s
Nickname(s)The Swans
Founded1912;109 years ago (1912)
(as Swansea Town Reserves)
GroundLandore Youth Academy
Capacity500
CoachJon Grey
League Professional Development League
2019–20 Premier League 2 Division 2, 8th of 12

Swansea City Association Football Club Under-23s is the most senior team of Swansea City's youth teams and are the club's former reserve team. They compete in the Professional Development League. The Under-23s play the majority of their home fixtures at the club's Youth Academy in Landore, with occasional fixtures taking place at the Liberty Stadium.

Contents

The Under-23 team is effectively Swansea City's second-string side, but is limited to three outfield players and one goalkeeper over the age of 23 per game following the introduction of new regulations from the 2016–17 season.

Jon Grey is the interim coach for the Under-23s. [1]

Under-23s

Current squad

As of July 2021. [2] Players listed in bold have made an appearance for the first team in a competitive fixture.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.Pos.NationPlayer
27 GK Flag of England.svg  ENG Josh Gould
30 DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Tivonge Rushesha
31 MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Oliver Cooper
36 DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Brandon Cooper
37 MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Daniel Williams
38 DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Cameron Evans
42 GK Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Lewis Webb
47 MF Flag of England.svg  ENG Azeem Abdulai
48 DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Jacob Jones
49 GK Flag of New Zealand.svg  NZL Jamie Searle
50 DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Scott Butler
51 FW Flag of England.svg  ENG Rio Campbell
No.Pos.NationPlayer
52 GK Flag of the United States.svg  USA Nico Defreitas-Hansen
53 DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Ben Erickson
54 MF Flag of England.svg  ENG Sam Leverett
55 DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Ben Margetson
56 DF Flag of England.svg  ENG Lincoln McFayden
57 FW Flag of England.svg  ENG Michael Murphy
58 FW Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Josh Thomas
59 FW Flag of England.svg  ENG Tarrelle Whittaker
FW Flag of England.svg  ENG Adrian Akande
MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Cameron Congreve
DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Harry Jones
DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Cian Williams

Honours

Professional Development League 1 Division 2

Professional Development League 2

Premier League Cup

Timeline

League history

Prior to the 2012–13 season, Swansea City's second-string side were a reserve team who had mainly appeared in the Welsh Football League and the English Football Combination. [3] [4] The Reserves also had some short stints in the Western League (1919–21) and the Southern League (1921–25). [5] [6] Following Swansea City's promotion to the Premier League in 2011, Swansea's reserve team were invited to play in the 2011-12 Premier Reserve League. They finished 7th in what would turn out to be their last season as a 'reserve team'. [7]

The historical venue for Swansea City's reserve matches was the Vetch Field. Following the Vetch Field's closure at the end of the 2004/05 season, Swansea City's second string have played at numerous temporary homes. This has included St. Helen's Rugby and Cricket Ground (2005/06), Port Talbot Town F.C.'s Victoria Road (Port Talbot) (2006–09, 2010/11), The Gnoll in Neath (2009/10), Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli (2011–12). Swansea City's home venue for their first season as an Under-21 team was Llanelli A.F.C.'s Stebonheath Park. [8]

SeasonCombination [4] Welsh League [3] Southern League [6] Western League [5] Premier Reserve League [7] Professional Development League [9]
1912/131 / 12Division 1)
1913/142 / 10(Division 1)
1914/155 / 9(Division 1)
1915–1919World War 1
1919/204 / 16(Division 1)2 / 10(Division 1)
1920/213 / 22(Division 1)4 / 16(Division 1)
1921/2210 / 21(Division 1)6 / 9(Welsh Section)
1922/232 / 21(Division 1)3 / 11(Welsh Section)
1923/242 / 16(Division 1)6 / 18(Western Division)
1924/251 / 17(Division 1)1 / 20(Western Division)
1925/261 / 15(Division 1)
1926/277 / 22(London Combination)2 / 13(Division 1)
1927/2814 / 22(London Combination)5 / 13(Division 1)
1928/2916 / 22(London Combination)4 / 11(Division 1)
1929/305 / 22(London Combination)3 / 11(Division 1)
1930/3116 / 22(London Combination Div 1)4 / 11(Division 1)
1931/3220 / 22(London Combination Div 1)3 / 11(Division 1)
1932/335 / 24(London Combination Div 1)2 / 12(Division 1)
1933/3416 / 24(London Combination)1 / 13(Division 1)
1934/3513 / 24(London Combination)1 / 13(Division 1)
1935/366 / 24(London Combination)1 / 17(Division 1)
1936/3720 / 24(London Combination)3 / 17(Division 1)
1937/3818 / 24(London Combination)3 / 17(Division 1)
1938/3915 / 24(London Combination)6 / 17(Division 1)
1939–1945World War 2
1945/46No competition7 / 19(Division 1)
1946/478 / 16(Section B)14 / 20(Division 1)
1947/4811 / 16(Section B)14 / 20(Division 1)
1948/493 / 16(Section A)11 / 19(Division 1)
1949/505 / 16(Section A)9 / 20(Division 1)
1950/513 / 16(Section A)11 / 20(Division 1)
1951/5211 / 16(Section A)13 / 19(Division 1)
1952/535 / 16(Division 2)3 / 20(Division 1)
1953/549 / 16(Division 2)8 / 20(Division 1)
1954/551 / 16(Division 2)11 / 20(Division 1)
1955/5623 / 32(Combination)10 / 20(Division 1)
1956/5730 / 32(Combination)12 / 20(Division 1)
1957/5818 / 32(Combination)6 / 20(Division 1)
1958/5914 / 18(Division 1)3 / 19(Division 1)
1959/6016 / 18(Division 1)5 / 20(Division 1)
1960/611 / 20(Division 2)7 / 20(Division 1)
1961/62Did not enter1 / 20(Division 1)
1962/63Did not enter1 / 20(Division 1)
1963/64Did not enter1 / 18(Division 1)
1964/65Did not enter1 / 16(Premier Division)
1965/66Did not enter3 / 16(Premier Division)
1966/6713 / 13(Division 2)4 / 16(Premier Division)
1967/685 / 11(Division 2)4 / 18(Premier Division)
1968/6921 / 26(Combination)8 / 18(Premier Division)
1969/7011 / 26(Combination)5 / 18(Premier Division)
1970/713 / 22(Combination)11 / 18(Premier Division)
1971/7215 / 21(Combination)12 / 18(Premier Division)
1972/7318 / 21(Combination)11 / 18(Premier Division)
1973/7420 / 22(Combination)12 / 18(Premier Division)
1974/75Withdrew after starting11 / 18(Premier Division)
1975/76Did not enter1 / 18(Premier Division)
1976/77Did not enter8 / 18(Premier Division)
1977/78Did not enter10 / 18(Premier Division)
1978/79Did not enter6 / 18(Premier Division)
1979/80Did not enter5 / 18(Premier Division)
1980/81Did not enter7 / 18(Premier Division)
1981/82Did not enter
1982/83Did not enter
1983/8416 / 22(Combination)
1984/8514 / 22(Combination)
1985/8622 / 22(Combination)
1986/87Did not enter
1987/88Did not enter
1988/89Did not enter
1989/90Did not enter
1990/91Did not enter
1991/92Did not enter
1992/932 / 10(Division 2)
1993/943 / 10(Division 2)
1994/951 / 11(Division 2)
1995/962 / 9(Division 2)
1996/9713 / 23(Combination)
1997/98Did not enter
1998/99Did not enter
1999/004 / 5(Division 2)
2000/01Did not enter
2001/02Did not enter
2002/03Did not enter
2003/047 / 10(Wales & West Division)
2004/058 / 9(Wales & West Division)
2005/069 / 9(Wales & West Division)
2006/079 / 10(Wales & West Division)
2007/086 / 10(Wales & West Division)
2008/096 / 10(Wales & West Division)
2009/102 / 10(Wales & West Division)
2010/112 / 7(Wales & West Division
2011/12 7 / 8 (South)
2012/13 8 / 11 (League 2 South)
2013/14 8 / 10 (League 2 South)
2014/15 2 / 10 (League 2 South)
2015/16 3 / 12 (U21 Premier League Division 2)
2016/17 1 / 12 (Premier League 2 Division 2)
2017/18 4 / 12 (Premier League 1 Division 1)
2018/19 12 / 12 (Premier League 1 Division 1)
2019/20 8 / 12 (Premier League 2 Division 2)

Academy

Swansea City Academy is the youth development system of Premier League team Swansea City. It fields an under-18s team in the South Division of the Professional Development League 1 and the FA Youth Cup. The academy also fields an under-19s team in the FAW Welsh Youth Cup.

The team train and play matches at the Youth Academy in Landore, Swansea and at the senior side's training base in Fairwood, Swansea.

Current squad

As of July 2021.Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.Pos.NationPlayer
GK Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Tyler Evans
GK Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Ben Hughes
GK Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Evan Watts
DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Filip Lissah
DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Kai Ludvigsen
DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Ryan Bassett
DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Kian Jenkins
DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Jada Mawongo
DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Zane Myers
DF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL David Roberts
MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Joel Cotterill
No.Pos.NationPlayer
MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Richard Faakye
MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Ben Lloyd
MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Charlie Veevers
MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Josh Carey
MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Josh Edwards
MF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Dylan Perkins
FW Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Kieran Petrie
FW Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Ruben Davies
FW Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Kyrell Wilson
FW Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Geoff Bony
FW Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL Aaron Hillier

Honours

FAW Welsh Youth Cup

Graduates

The following players have all progressed through the youth academy at Swansea City and have either made at least one appearance for the first team in professional competition, have gone on to play professionally or have represented their national team. Players in bold are still contracted to the club.

2020s

PlayerDOBPositionProfessional DebutAppearancesGoalsCurrent club
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Cameron Evans 23 February 2001Defender9 January 2021 (FA Cup with Swansea City)OngoingOngoing Swansea City
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Oliver Cooper 14 December 1999Midfielder9 January 2021 (FA Cup with Swansea City)OngoingOngoing Swansea City

2010s

PlayerDOBPositionProfessional DebutAppearancesGoalsCurrent club
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Tivonge Rushesha 24 July 2002Defender28 August 2019 (EFL Cup with Swansea City)OngoingOngoing Swansea City
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Jack Evans 25 April 1998Midfielder28 August 2019 (EFL Cup with Swansea City)00 Newport County
Flag of Jamaica.svg Jordon Garrick 15 July 1998Forward13 August 2019 (EFL Cup with Swansea City)OngoingOngoing Swansea City
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kees de Boer 13 May 2000Midfielder13 August 2019 (EFL Cup with Swansea City)00 ADO Den Haag
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ben Cabango 30 May 2000Defender13 August 2019 (EFL Cup with Swansea City)OngoingOngoing Swansea City and Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Aaron Lewis 26 June 1998Defender13 August 2019 (EFL Cup with Lincoln City)00 Lincoln City
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Lewis Thomas 20 September 1997Goalkeeper3 August 2019 (League Two with Forest Green Rovers)00 Forest Green Rovers
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Liam Cullen 23 April 1999Forward28 August 2018 (EFL Cup with Swansea City)OngoingOngoing Swansea City
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Brandon Cooper 14 January 2000Defender28 August 2018 (EFL Cup with Swansea City)OngoingOngoing Swansea City
Flag of Sweden.svg Adnan Marić 17 February 1997Midfielder6 February 2018 (EFL Cup with Swansea City)00 BK Häcken
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Daniel James 10 November 1997Winger6 February 2018 (EFL Cup with Swansea City)396 Manchester United and Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Joe Rodon 22 October 1997Defender3 February 2018 (League Two with Cheltenham Town)520 Tottenham Hotspur and Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Keston Davies 2 October 1996Defender5 August 2017 (League Two with Yeovil Town)00 The New Saints
Flag of Cyprus.svg Alex Gogić 13 April 1994Defender11 March 2017 (Scottish Premiership with Hamilton Academical)00 Hibernian and Cyprus International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Owain Jones 1 October 1996Striker4 February 2017 (League Two with Yeovil Town)00 Merthyr Town
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Kyle Copp 1 November 1996Midfielder30 August 2016 (EFL Trophy with Yeovil Town)00 Atarfe Industrial
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Alex Samuel 20 September 1995Striker5 September 2015 (Scottish Championship with Morton) [10] 00 Wycombe Wanderers
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Connor Roberts 23 September 1995Defender8 August 2015 (League Two with Yeovil Town) [11] OngoingOngoing Swansea City and Wales International
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kenji Gorre 29 September 1994Midfielder24 May 2015 (Premier League with Swansea City)10 Nacional
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Liam Shephard 22 November 1994Defender20 January 2015 (League One with Yeovil Town) [12] 00 Newport County
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Scott Tancock 29 December 1993Defender27 September 2014 (League Two with Newport County) [13] 00 Haverfordwest County
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Dan Hanford 6 March 1991Goalkeeper27 September 2014 (League Two with Carlisle United) [14] 00 Southport
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Alex Bray 25 July 1995Winger6 September 2014 (League Two with Plymouth Argyle) [15] 00 Hereford
Flag of Antigua and Barbuda.svg Connor Peters 21 June 1996Defender3 September 2014 (2014 Caribbean Cup qualification with Antigua and Barbuda) [16] 00 Antigua and Barbuda International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Josh Sheehan 30 March 1995Midfielder26 August 2014 (EFL Cup with Swansea City) [17] 00 Newport County and Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg James Loveridge 16 May 1994Forward22 March 2014 (League One with Milton Keynes Dons) [18] 00 Llanelli Town
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Gwion Edwards 1 March 1993Winger2 February 2013 (Scottish Premier League with St Johnstone) [19] 00 Ipswich Town
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Emyr Huws 30 September 1993Midfielder13 October 2012 (League Two with Northampton Town) [20] 00 Ipswich Town and Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ben Davies 24 April 1993Defender25 August 2012 (Premier League with Swansea City) [21] 853 Tottenham Hotspur and Wales International
Flag of England.svg Jack King 20 August 1985Midfielder18 August 2012 (League One with Preston North End) [22] 00Retired
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Tom John 22 March 1995Midfielder23 August 2011 (EFL Cup with Hereford United)00Retired
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Lee Lucas 10 June 1992Midfielder7 May 2011 (Championship with Swansea City) [23] 10 Merthyr Town
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Daniel Alfei 23 February 1992Defender8 January 2011 (FA Cup with Swansea City) [24] 30 Llanelli Town
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Joe Walsh 13 May 1992Defender10 August 2010 (EFL Cup with Swansea City) [25] 20 Lincoln City

2000s

PlayerDOBPositionProfessional DebutAppearancesGoalsCurrent club
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg David Cornell 28 March 1991Goalkeeper25 August 2009 (EFL Cup with Swansea City) [26] 00 Ipswich Town
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Jazz Richards 12 April 1991Defender15 August 2009 (vs Middlesbrough) [27] 510 Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Casey Thomas 12 April 1990Forward15 August 2009 (vs Middlesbrough) [27] 20 Free Agent
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Kerry Morgan 31 October 1988Winger11 August 2009 (vs Brighton & Hove Albion) [28] 60 Cirencester Town
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Marley Watkins 17 October 1990Winger8 August 2008 (League One with Cheltenham Town) [29] 00 Bristol City and Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Kyle Letheren 26 December 1987Goalkeeper5 January 2008 (FA Cup with Barnsley) [30] 00 Chesterfield
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Joe Allen 14 March 1990Midfielder5 May 2007 (vs Blackpool) [31] 1507 Stoke City and Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Chris Jones 12 September 1989Forward17 October 2006 (vs Walsall) [32] 70 Llanelli Town
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Chad Bond 20 April 1987Forward22 November 2005 (vs Rushden & Diamonds) [33] 30 Free Agent
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Shaun MacDonald 17 June 1988Midfielder23 August 2004 (vs Reading) [34] 402 Rotherham United and Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Jamie Rewbury15 February 1986Defender10 April 2004 (vs Lincoln City) [35] 20 Free Agent
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Mark Pritchard 23 November 1985Forward21 October 2003 (vs Cambridge United) [36] 71 Free Agent
Flag of England.svg Antonio Corbisiero 17 November 1984Midfielder30 August 2003 (vs Mansfield Town) [37] 50 Free Agent
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Stuart Jones 14 March 1984Defender22 October 2002 (vs Stevenage Borough) [38] 380 Bala Town
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Craig Draper 4 December 1982Midfielder9 October 2001 (vs Rochdale) [39] 20Retired
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Richard Duffy 30 August 1985Defender8 December 2001 (vs Macclesfield Town) [40] 291Retired Wales International
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Chris Todd 22 August 1981Defender10 March 2001 (vs Northampton Town) [41] 464Retired
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Alex Davies2 November 1982Goalkeeper10 March 2001 (vs Bury) [42] 10Retired
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Carl Mounty11 December 1981Goalkeeper14 February 2001 (vs Brentford) [43] 10Retired
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Bari Morgan 13 August 1980Midfielder9 September 2000 (vs Brentford) [44] 50Retired
Flag of England.svg Michael Keegan12 May 1981Midfielder22 August 2000 (vs West Bromwich Albion) [45] 110Retired

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Coordinates: 51°38′55″N3°55′54″W / 51.648695°N 3.931675°W / 51.648695; -3.931675